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Mitt Romney Victory Could Force Him To Sell Big Chunks Of Investment Portfolio

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It would be a financial yard sale of epic proportions.

If Mitt Romney is elected president, he likely would have to sell big chunks of his investment portfolio to comply with federal rules and to ward off political problems, according to several government-ethics experts and someone familiar with his finances.

Read the whole story at Wall Street Journal

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